If your roof has been giving you a lot of problems lately, it may be time to replace it. Replacing your old roofing system can help ensure you stay comfortable and protected no matter the season. It can also boost your home’s energy efficiency and curb appeal. Whether you’re looking for ways to save on heating and cooling costs or thinking of selling your house in the future, a new roof could be the key.
Your home is an investment. If you need to have it repaired or remodeled, it is imperative that you work with a contractor that you can trust.read more
Dry rot typically occurs in concealed parts of the roof, where there’s moisture. It is an invasive fungi that reproduces at a rapid rate and thrives in an environment where moisture, warmth and wood are present. If left untreated, dry rot can cause your roof to weaken and break down over time.
The service life of a roof often depends on what materials were used and the method of installment. However, all materials will eventually deteriorate. Most of the time, signs of aging will vary, but they all start with small cracks that are hidden under your roof’s shingles.
Windows are both appealing and functional. They make your house more appealing, let you connect to the outside world, allow air and light inside and protect you from extreme weather. Updating your windows might seem like a daunting task, but hiring window and roofing repair contractors like Krech Exteriors can save you undue stress.
It’s heartwarming to see people who go out of their way to help their neighbors after a particularly damaging weather disturbance. Unfortunately, while calamities can bring out the best in people, such trying times can bring out the worst in some, too.
Clay and concrete roofing tiles might look the same to the casual observer, but they’re actually two very different roofing materials with different benefits. We often get asked about them by our clients, which is why in this post, we’ll share a simple primer that can answer all of your basic questions about clay and concrete tiles.
Manufacturer certification is a badge of honor among roofing contractors. Krech Exteriors, in particular, is proud to hold certifications from industry leaders like GAF and CertainTeed® . They don’t just give us an edge over the competition, but they also give our clients unique advantages, too, including: